In the beginning, the Internet was populated by an infinite number of ad hoc communities. From ANSI BBS dial up communities in the 80s to the Internet Newsgroups of the 90s to the forums of the 2000s, there have always been private and personal virtual online communities that have have served their members honestly, openly, through trust, and protected by the power of anonymity or through members-only protection. Over the past decade, these safe and private communities have been consumed and subsumed by Facebook, Google, Twitter, Reddit, and others.
In 2015, there will be a return from renting a little piece of a very large development to buying one’s very own retreat for his or herself and a number of close friends. Until now, the barrier has been the technology, but as we move forward, it’s easier, cheaper, and more convenient to take the bull by the horns and create a space of one’s own without the noise of advertisement, without the threat of eavesdropping, and without the guarantee that things will remain the same into the future.
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